Leopard are one of the wild animals in India who are already endangered and are very near to extinction this time .
Know the brutal human actions that lead to this situation.Roadkills – animals killed on the road by vehicles is one of the biggest threats the world’s wildlife face today and as the human presence grows in forested areas, such deaths are predicted to go up in the coming days.
Already a lot of animals in India are endangered. The number of tigers and the number of lions in india was too big almost 10-20 times of what is now in the 1950s but humans have been hunting and killing them for their own selfish gains.
A new report published in the Global Ecology and Biogeography journal says that roadkills pose a grave threat to the leopard population in North India.
The study says that the north Indian leopard population is vulnerable to extinction in 50 years if the current roadkill levels persisted. This is a very disturbing figure and shows the irresponsibility of humans and their lack of compassion towards everyone.
Let’s pray for the long life of not only leopards but also other animals and hope that none of them get extinct and their population increases.